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This event intents to make spirituality meaningful in our daily lives and during the session we cover the process of purification. Practical techniques and steps to the inculcate a deep sense of spirituality. Borrowing from traditional text, we contextualize the methods used for moderns understands. Helping re-engage our perspective and bringing mindfulness.
We will be covering what it mean to "Keep Vigil" in our daily life and perspective. What is mean t o be a believer in a age where faith it self is being questioned. Describes the symptoms of having a forgetful mind. The heart is an organ designed to be in a state of remembrance of GOD. It yearns always to remember GOD and when GOD is not remembered, the human hearts falls into a state of agitation and turmoil. The discussion is facilitated by Abdullah Haroon
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In an age when faith in God and belief in revealed religion are challenged by scientism, skepticism, and atheism, the need for a firm understanding of the Muslim creed has perhaps never been more important. This weekend course will provide students with the essentials of Islamic doctrine and its epistemological foundations, based on a reading of the classical primer The Creed of Imam al-Sanusi. Course topics include the attributes of God, types of propositions, causality, predestination and free will, the problem of suffering, prophetology, and the Kalam cosmological argument.
The $20 admission covers all three days of the course! Including dinner on Saturday Nov 23 at 5pm. Since this is the month of Rabi-ul-Awwal we will be having special celebration for the Birth of "The Beloved Of Allah" on Saturday after the lession and before dinner, around 3:30pm
No Drinks, We will have TurkishCoffee and Iced Mo-Rock-In Tea! Friendsgiving is a blend of friend and Thanksgiving, and it refers to a large meal eaten with friends either on or near Thanksgiving. ... But when Friendsgiving first came into use, it was used to describe something much more informal than the traditional Thanksgiving meal.
Post and others I spoke to for this story agree that Friendsgiving seems to have evolved in recent years from a sort of ad hoc Thanksgiving replacement (implemented when people found themselves far away from family on the holiday but near friends) to a common in-addition-to-Thanksgiving event, one that’s exclusively for friends. In other words, Friendsgiving has become a widely celebrated American holiday in its own right—and while it’s hard to know in real time what cultural shifts or forces have led to the rise of Friendsgiving, there are a few compelling theories as to why you may be seeing the term pop up again and again in trend list.